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|The Plain Prinia, or the Plain, or White-browed, Wren-Warbler (Prinia inornata) is a small warbler in the cisticola family. It is a resident breeder from Pakistan and India to south China and southeast Asia. |
This passerine bird is typically found in wet lowland grassland, open woodland, scrub and sometimes gardens. The Plain Prinia builds its nest in a shrub or tall grass and lays 3-6 eggs. The sexes are identical.
In breeding plumage, adults are grey-brown above, with a short white supercilium and rufous fringes on the closed wings. Underparts are whitish-buff. In winter, the upperparts are a warmer brown, and the underparts more buff. Like most warblers, the Plain Prinia is insectivorous
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